Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Recognized in by ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE as Roughhousing (Rough Series Book 2) – Kindle edition by Laura Baumbach. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or. Buy a cheap copy of Roughhousing book by Laura Baumbach. James and Bram are back in this sequel to the bestselling A Bit of Rough! They’ve been dating a. Taking up where A Bit of Rough left off, Roughhousing opens up Bram and James’ relationship, following along as they become a real couple, and face the.
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I wanted to shake for Bram again, but just couldn’t this time around. A 4 star read for me. Despite Bram’s requests, James still wants sto live alone. He’s rushed into things before, and it’s always backfired on him, so James wants to take it slow. He is the more shy from the two. I seem to have been more lenient with this three years ago. Her introduction happens very quickly at the end of the book and the reader was left hanging hopefully for another book.
Then there was the requisite abusive husband next door, confirming yet again that only men can be violent and women are always the victims.
In fact, Bram is the one steady thing in James’ life, when everything else seems to be shifting like sand under his feet. A lot of emotional turmoil is brewing around Jamie with his commitment issues but Bram comes through with flying colours he knows just how to give Jamie what he wants lovely!
Bram and James have been together for a few weeks and James feels that everything is moving too quickly. They’ve been dating a while now, but James is still unsure about his feelings for Bram.
Just like with soap operas, eh? It was rough alright but not as the author attended it to be. Manly, sexy and oh so seductive you find yourself just wanting to cuddle up to him as he searches your eyes and tells you oh so meaningfully how he worships, adores and loves you.
He kept repeating himself over and over. There was too much sex, did I just say that? In fact, I personally won’t be reading anymore of her books at all.
I really, really feel satisfied with this bxumbach. I was wondering what happened to him and stuff. But what happens when self-assured Bram has had enough of James’ insecurity?
In fact, Bram is the one steady thing in James’ life, when everything else seems to be shifting like sand under his feet.
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No gradual change to acceptance. Just James’ insecurity and fear of being alone and not deserving of love was enough to make me love his character, and when it finally became the focus of Too much sex at the beginning, it was boring. I mean I’m glad that their was a plot a that ever page was a sex scene, but I feel that it needed more sex so that James now that Bram is the only man in his life and no one else. Loved this one even more than the 1st one.
It was rough all around to read. It only got a 2 star because I breezed through it to the end. It cannot be safe the amount of sex they’re having, not for James. In the meantime, Jamie moves somewhere else to get roughhiusing from the pervert in his apartment block and ends up somewhere equally as bad, but this time gets beaten up for his trouble when he gets in the middle of a couple who seem to spend all their time rowing and fighting I ended up just scanning roughhuosing parts for anything that might be relevant, which did not leave much actual story.
Lies, no I haven’t. What we got was just too much sex, in place of a truly interesting story, with issues that were too neatly chucked together.
I Loved Bram and was sorry that James had such a hard time trusting in Bram or trusting in their relationship. Even if they have met together only some weeks ago, Bram wants a strong commitment than Jamie is unsecure: The first half of The book is dedicated to an over abundance of sex, like ridiculous amounts to the point where you start skipping paragraphs waiting for something to happened. I really should just send it back and get myself a refund, but that is wrong Their need for each other burns as hot as ever, but will that be enough to build a life on?
When a project at work seems to have fallen under Bram’s influence through the old boy network, James decides to back off and tell Bram they have to cool down their heated relationship. Unless you’re a throwback.
Jul 06, Star rated it liked it.
He gets off by ‘dominating’ little-guy Jamie who likes being held down. This book is a sequel of A bit of Rough, and it take place on the dinner party that James invite Bram to go to.
Account Options Sign in. Even with the low page count this was a baumbsch and easy read, and I do like James and Bram as a couple. Finally more than repetitive sex!
I tried looking everywhere for it online to buy, even the website listed with the title, but no luck. So, I was a little disappointed there wasn’t “more” to the story when Julie does show up.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Taking up where A Bit of Rough left off, Roughhousing opens up Bram and James’ relationship, following along as they become a real couple, and face the troubles that come from trying to blend two lives and two independent personalities.
I between we have James being his neurotic self and two completely unnecessary female characters, rkughhousing which one is James’s sister -who acts so irationally I questioned her mental state- and a bimbo with a heart of g Sequel to A Bit of RoughRoughhousing picks up rojghhousing where the first one left off, which was a shame, as I would’ve like to read about Bram and James when some time had passed.
Bram is so forceful, though, so sexy and convincing that it’s hard to stand fast against him. Even when these two have their misunderstandings, the love is never in doubt. It starts out with a pure vanity scene wherein a woman drools over both of them in a very unlikely manner.
The story is the sequel of A Bit of Rough and we find our characters, Bram and Jamie, only some day after the end of the first novel. Well, at least it does bring us proper Bram-perspective finally, instead of just the slightly muddled bits from the end of the first part.
Oct 12, Phaney rated it it was ok Shelves: